Hi Everyone! Roberta recently mentioned the Timestream (or Rio do Tempo in Portuguese) Station, which as far as we know, is the oldest communication station in existence. It is European station, and it seems to communicate mostly in European Portuguese, although I have heard reports of Spanish responses as well. After reading Roberta's post, I thought I would try to connect to Timestream Station this morning to see whether or not I could get through, and what the response quality would be. Using the same gibberish that I used with the Brazilian Station, I did manage to get several responses that are likely from Timestream, although I do not know precisely with whom I was communicating. What's interesting is that, even though the gibberish was recorded by a Brazilian woman, the responses I received are distinctly European--there are stark differences in pronunciation, grammar, and word choice between European and Brazilian Portuguese. When asking for responses, I used European Portuguese as well. I would say the responses from Timestream are roughly the same quality as those from the Brazilian Station. Outside of the Afterlife Research and Education Institute's inner circle, it seems to me that Timestream Station is actually the best known of the three stations. If you search for it on Google, you'll find that many people amateur ITC researchers try to contact Timestream. The higher publication is, I believe, simply due to the fact that it has been around for a longer period of time.